Penrith Ice Palace

2018-19 AJIHL season: Round 9

Round 9 of the 2018-19 Australian Junior Ice Hockey League season.

Further information:
League esportsdesk website
AJIHL Facebook page

Results (all times local)
– Perth Sharks Melbourne Glaciers (13:15, 23 February 2019, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Sydney Sabres Sydney Wolf Pack (15:00, 23 February 2019, Penrith Ice Palace)
– Perth Sharks Melbourne Glaciers (19:00, 23 February 2019, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Perth Sharks Melbourne Glaciers (13:15, 24 February 2019, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Sydney Wolf Pack Sydney Sabres (18:15, 24 February 2019, Penrith Ice Palace)

Northern Division

Team GP W SOW SOL L PTS
Sydney Wolf Pack 10 5 0 1 4 16
Brisbane Blitz 9 4 1 0 4 14
Sydney Sabres 7 3 0 0 4 9

Southern Division

Team GP W SOW SOL L PTS
Adelaide Generals 12 8 0 1 3 25
Melbourne Glaciers 9 2 3 0 4 12
Perth Sharks 9 2 0 2 5 8

League standings

Team GP W SOW SOL L PTS
Adelaide Generals 12 8 0 1 3 25
Sydney Wolf Pack 10 5 0 1 4 16
Brisbane Blitz 9 4 1 0 4 14
Melbourne Glaciers 9 2 3 0 4 12
Sydney Sabres 7 3 0 0 4 9
Perth Sharks 9 2 0 2 5 8

Last updated 22 February 2019

2018-19 AJIHL season: Round 5

Round 5 of the 2018-19 Australian Junior Ice Hockey League season has finished with wins for the Melbourne Glaciers, Brisbane Blitz and Sydney Wolf Pack. The Blitz remain on top of the Northern Division, four points clear of the Sydney Wolf Pack. The Adelaide Generals continue to lead the Southern Division and the league as a whole. Competition resumes on 2 February with the Generals hosting the Sharks and the Sabres taking on the Wolf Pack in Penrith.

For more information see the league esportsdesk website.

Results (all times local)
– Melbourne Glaciers 2–1 SO Perth Sharks (11:00, 15 December 2018, Perth Ice Arena)
– Brisbane Blitz 7–2 Sydney Wolf Pack (15:00, 15 December 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)
– Melbourne Glaciers 3–2 SO Perth Sharks (17:30, 15 December 2018, Perth Ice Arena)
– Brisbane Blitz 1–3 Sydney Wolf Pack (07:45, 16 December 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)
– Melbourne Glaciers 3–1 Perth Sharks (11:00, 16 December 2018, Perth Ice Arena)
– Brisbane Blitz 5–4 SO Sydney Wolf Pack (15:00, 16 December 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)

Northern Division

Team GP W SOW SOL L PTS
Brisbane Blitz 6 3 1 0 2 11
Sydney Wolf Pack 5 2 0 1 2 7
Sydney Sabres 5 2 0 0 3 6

Southern Division

Team GP W SOW SOL L PTS
Adelaide Generals 6 4 0 1 1 13
Melbourne Glaciers 9 2 3 0 4 12
Perth Sharks 3 0 0 2 1 2

League standings

Team GP W SOW SOL L PTS
Adelaide Generals 6 4 0 1 1 13
Melbourne Glaciers 9 2 3 0 4 12
Brisbane Blitz 6 3 1 0 2 11
Sydney Wolf Pack 5 2 0 1 2 7
Sydney Sabres 5 2 0 0 3 6
Perth Sharks 3 0 0 2 1 2

Last updated 16 December 2018

2018-19 AJIHL season: Round 1

Round 1 of the 2018-19 Australian Junior Ice Hockey League season has finished with the Sydney Wolf Pack and Sydney Sabres each picking up a win from their double header. The Wolf Pack take first place on the standings, edging out the Sabres on goal difference. Next week the Adelaide Generals host the Melbourne Glaciers in a three game series at the Ice Arena.

For more information see the league esportsdesk website.

Results (all times local)
– Sydney Sabres 2-5 Sydney Wolf Pack (19:15, 10 November 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)
– Sydney Wolf Pack 2-4 Sydney Sabres (18:15, 11 November 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)

Northern Division

Team GP W SOW SOL L PTS
Sydney Wolf Pack 2 1 0 0 1 3
Sydney Sabres 2 1 0 0 1 3
Brisbane Blitz 0 0 0 0 0 0

Southern Division

Team GP W SOW SOL L PTS
Adelaide Generals 0 0 0 0 0 0
Melbourne Glaciers 0 0 0 0 0 0
Perth Sharks 0 0 0 0 0 0

League standings

Team GP W SOW SOL L PTS
Sydney Wolf Pack 2 1 0 0 1 3
Sydney Sabres 2 1 0 0 1 3
Adelaide Generals 0 0 0 0 0 0
Brisbane Blitz 0 0 0 0 0 0
Melbourne Glaciers 0 0 0 0 0 0
Perth Sharks 0 0 0 0 0 0

Last updated 10 November 2018

2018-19 AJIHL season schedule

Thanks to Ice Hockey WA the 2018-19 Australian Junior Ice Hockey League season schedule has been released. The season kicks off on 10 November and concludes with the cross conference round and playoffs which will be held at the O’Brien Group Arena from 7 March to 10 March. The format remains unchanged from 2017-18 season. The competition is split into two conferences, Northern and Southern, with each team playing the other teams within their conference in three home and three away games. Teams from the opposing conferences face each other in one game only before the playoffs.

Regular season
– Sydney Sabres – Sydney Wolf Pack (19:15, 10 November 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)
– Sydney Wolf Pack – Sydney Sabres (18:15, 11 November 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)
– Melbourne Glaciers – Adelaide Generals (16:00, 17 November 2018, Adelaide Ice Arena)
– Melbourne Glaciers – Adelaide Generals (10:30, 18 November 2018, Adelaide Ice Arena)
– Melbourne Glaciers – Adelaide Generals (16:00, 18 November 2018, Adelaide Ice Arena)
– Adelaide General – Melbourne Glaciers (12:15, 1 December 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Adelaide General – Melbourne Glaciers (18:00, 1 December 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Adelaide General – Melbourne Glaciers (16:00, 2 December 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Sydney Sabres – Brisbane Blitz (16:00, 8 December 2018, Iceworld Boondall)
– Sydney Sabres – Brisbane Blitz (08:00, 9 December 2018, Iceworld Boondall)
– Sydney Sabres – Brisbane Blitz (15:30, 9 December 2018, Iceworld Boondall)
– Melbourne Glaciers – Perth Sharks (11:00, 15 December 2018, Perth Ice Arena)
– Brisbane Blitz – Sydney Wolf Pack (15:00, 15 December 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)
– Melbourne Glaciers – Perth Sharks (17:30, 15 December 2018, Perth Ice Arena)
– Brisbane Blitz – Sydney Wolf Pack (07:45, 16 December 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)
– Melbourne Glaciers – Perth Sharks (11:00, 16 December 2018, Perth Ice Arena)
– Brisbane Blitz – Sydney Wolf Pack (15:00, 16 December 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)
– Perth Sharks – Adelaide Generals (16:00, 2 February 2018, Adelaide Ice Arena)
– Sydney Sabres – Sydney Wolf Pack (17:30, 2 February 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)
– Perth Sharks – Adelaide Generals (10:00, 3 February 2018, Adelaide Ice Arena)
– Perth Sharks – Adelaide Generals (15:30, 3 February 2018, Adelaide Ice Arena)
– Sydney Wolf Pack – Sydney Sabres (18:15, 3 February 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)
– Adelaide Generals – Perth Sharks (11:00, 9 February 2018, Perth Ice Arena)
– Adelaide Generals – Perth Sharks (17:45, 9 February 2018, Perth Ice Arena)
– Adelaide Generals – Perth Sharks (11:00, 10 February 2018, Perth Ice Arena)
– Sydney Wolf Pack – Brisbane Blitz (16:00, 16 February 2018, Iceworld Boondall)
– Sydney Wolf Pack – Brisbane Blitz (08:00, 17 February 2018, Iceworld Boondall)
– Sydney Wolf Pack – Brisbane Blitz (15:30, 17 February 2018, Iceworld Boondall)
– Perth Sharks – Melbourne Glaciers (13:15, 23 February 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Sydney Sabres – Sydney Wolf Pack (17:30, 23 February 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)
– Perth Sharks – Melbourne Glaciers (19:00, 23 February 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Perth Sharks – Melbourne Glaciers (13:15, 24 February 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Sydney Wolf Pack – Sydney Sabres (18:15, 24 February 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)
– Brisbane Blitz – Sydney Sabres (17:30, 2 March 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)
– Brisbane Blitz – Sydney Sabres (07:45, 3 March 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)
– Brisbane Blitz – Sydney Sabres (15:00, 3 March 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)
– Adelaide Generals – Sydney Sabres (08:45, 7 March 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Melbourne Glaciers – Sydney Wolf Pack (10:30, 7 March 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Perth Sharks – Brisbane Blitz (14:00, 7 March 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Adelaide Generals – Sydney Wolf Pack (15:45, 7 March 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Perth Sharks – Sydney Sabres (08:45, 8 March 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Melbourne Glaciers – Brisbane Blitz (10:30, 8 March 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Perth Sharks – Sydney Wolf Pack (12:15, 8 March 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Adelaide Generals – Brisbane Blitz (14:00, 8 March 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Melbourne Glaciers – Sydney Sabres (15:45, 8 March 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)

Playoffs
– Qualifying Final 1 (11:30, 9 March 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Qualifying Final 2 (13:15, 9 March 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Semifinal 1 (19:45, 9 March 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Semifinal 2 (21:30, 9 March 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Grand Final (12:45, 10 March 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)

2018 ECSL playoffs: Semifinals

The semifinals of the 2018 East Coast Super League playoffs has finished with the Sydney Sting and Newcastle North Stars advancing to the grand final series which kick off next weekend. The semifinals are a two game series with the winner being determined on a cumulative aggregate format. If tied at the end of Game 2 continuous overtime is held until a winner is determined. In Semifinal A the Sydney Sting won both of their games to defeat the Nudo Bombers 11-4 on aggregate. In Semifinal B the Newcastle North Stars and Penrith Raptors split the series at one apiece, with the North Stars advancing 7-6 on aggregate.

For more information see the ECSL website.

Semifinal A
– Nudo Bombers 3-6 Sydney Sting (19:00, 15 September 2018, Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink)
– Sydney Sting 5-1 Nudo Bombers (16:45, 16 September 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)
Sydney Sting win 11-4 on aggregate

Semifinal B
– Penrith Raptors 1-5 Newcastle North Stars ECSL (17:00, 15 September 2018, Hunter Ice Skating Stadium)
– Newcastle North Stars ECSL 2–5 Penrith Raptors (15:00, 16 September 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)
Newcastle North Stars ECSL win 7-6 on aggregate

2018 ECSL season: Round 23

The final round of the 2018 East Coast Super League regular season has finished with wins for the Newcastle North Stars, Sydney Sting and Penrith Raptors. The Sting finish the season at the top of the standings and claim their second regular season title in a row. Next week the 2018 ECSL playoffs get underway with the best-of-two game semifinals. The first placed Sting take on the fourth placed Bombers while the second placed Raptors play the third placed North Stars.

For more information see the ECSL website.

Results
– Newcastle North Stars ECSL 4-3 Penrith Raptors (19:00, 8 September 2018, Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink)
– Sydney Sting 3-2 Nudo Bombers (20:45, 8 September 2018, Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink)
– Nudo Bombers 3-6 Newcastle North Stars ECSL (16:30, 9 September 2018, Hunter Ice Skating Stadium)
– Reach Rebels 1-6 Penrith Raptors (19:30, 9 September 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)

Standings

Team GP W T L PTS
Sydney Sting 20 17 0 3 34
Penrith Raptors 20 15 0 5 30
Newcastle North Stars ECSL 20 8 1 11 17
Nudo Bombers 20 8 0 12 16
Reach Rebels 20 1 1 18 3

Last updated 9 September 2018

2018 ECSL season: Round 22

Round 22 of the 2018 East Coast Super League season has finished with wins for the Newcastle North Stars, Penrith Raptors and Nudo Bombers. The Sydney Sting remain on top of the standings, four points clear of the second placed Raptors. Next week all five teams are in action across four games.

For more information see the ECSL website.

Results
– Newcastle North Stars ECSL 6-3 Reach Rebels (18:45, 1 September 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)
– Penrith Raptors 6-1 Sydney Sting (20:30, 1 September 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)
– Reach Rebels 3-4 Nudo Bombers (18:15, 2 September 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)

Standings

Team GP W T L PTS
Sydney Sting 19 16 0 3 32
Penrith Raptors 18 14 0 4 28
Nudo Bombers 18 8 0 10 16
Newcastle North Stars ECSL 18 6 1 11 13
Reach Rebels 19 1 1 17 3

Last updated 2 September 2018

2018 ECSL season: Round 17

Round 17 of the 2018 East Coast Super League season has finished with wins for the Penrith Raptors and Nudo Bombers. The Sydney Sting remain at the top of the standings, eight points clear of the second placed Raptors. Next week the Bombers host the Reach Rebels and the Raptors take on the Sting.

For more information see the ECSL website.

Results
– Reach Rebels 3-4 Penrith Raptors (18:15, 29 July 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)
– Newcastle North Stars ECSL 0-5 Nudo Bombers (20:00, 29 July 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)

Standings

Team GP W T L PTS
Sydney Sting 14 14 0 0 28
Penrith Raptors 14 10 0 4 20
Nudo Bombers 14 6 0 8 12
Newcastle North Stars ECSL 14 3 1 10 7
Reach Rebels 14 1 1 12 3

Last updated 29 July 2018

2018 ECSL season: Round 16

Round 16 of the 2018 East Coast Super League season has finished with wins for Sydney Sting and the Penrith Raptors. The Sting remain on top of the standings, ten points clear of the second placed Raptors. Next week the Raptors host the Rebels and the North Stars take on the Bombers.

For more information see the ECSL website.

Results
– Newcastle North Stars ECSL 2-4 Sydney Sting (18:15, 22 July 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)
– Penrith Raptors 5-1 Nudo Bombers (20:00, 22 July 2018, Penrith Ice Palace)

Standings

Team GP W T L PTS
Sydney Sting 14 14 0 0 28
Penrith Raptors 13 9 0 4 18
Nudo Bombers 13 5 0 8 10
Newcastle North Stars ECSL 13 3 1 9 7
Reach Rebels 13 1 1 11 3

Last updated 22 July 2018